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Archive For April 29, 2021

Stretten Avenue community pulls together to create ‘smallest’ park in Cambridge

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A team of volunteers is renovating the empty space, on the corner of St Luke’s Church car park, where the recycling centre has recently been removed.

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City council climate emergency commitment in tatters as £57m pension investments in big oil continue

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How Cambridgeshire fund trustee tried to divest fossil fuel support, but failed

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Shakespeare’s Globe theatre unveils five films produced by Anglia Ruskin students

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The films, all of which explore climate change, are to mark Earth Day.

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Extinction Rebellion oil protest prompts fury and defence

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Activists were covered in fake oil during the protest against a decision by banks to invest in fossil fuels – this is what you had to say about it

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South Cambs administration endorses OxCam Arc environmental principles

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Included is an ambition to ‘work towards a target of net zero carbon at an crc level by 2040’

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Jesus College climate group adds racial justice and animal agriculture to divestment demands

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Cambridge University college responds, saying: ‘We recognise the urgency of climate change’

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Money Rebellion continues as Extinction Rebellion target Cambridge’s banks

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Red Rebels join performers and activists as banks pour trillions into fossil fuel entities

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Ever Resource promises ‘circular economy of materials for battery market’

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£995,000 Innovate UK grant for lithium recycling project

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Air Quality, Urban Mobility and Governance in Kampala: an urbanising African city context 10.00 – 11.30am, 4 May 2021

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Globally, air pollution causes around 7 million premature deaths every year, according to the World Health Organisation. With such a significant death toll, there exists a need to explore the emergence of air pollution as a public health threat.

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Can Antarctica’s shallow zoobenthos ‘bounce back’ from iceberg scouring impacts driven by climate change?

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The post Can Antarctica’s shallow zoobenthos ‘bounce back’ from iceberg scouring impacts driven by climate change? appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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